Rang Mahal - Rang Mahal in English means 'Palace of Colours'. During the Mughal Era, it was used as residence of the Emperor's wives and mistresses. In the center, it has a shallow canal which is known as Nahr-I-Bihisht. Under the palace, there is a basement which where used by the royal women to cool down during the hot summer days.
Khas Mahal - During Mughal Era, Khas Mahal was used as the Emperor's private residence. It has three parts, namely, the chamber of telling beads, sitting room and the sleeping chamber. Khas Mahal is connected to an octagonal tower namely, Muthamman Burj, from where the Emperor used to address the people.
Mumtaz Mahal - In Mughal Era, Mumtaz Mahal was the part of women's quarter or Zenana. Many queens used to live there and in several other buildings which were later destroyed by the Britishers. During British rule, the same was used as a prison camp. Now, the Red Fort Archaelogical Museum is situated here.
Moti Masjid - Moti Masjid in English means 'Pearl Mosque'. It is a white marble mosque built by Aurangzeb for his second wife Nawab Bai. The main prayer hall has the three arches which are divided into two aisles.
Apart from all this, you can also see the Light and Sound Show which is of around 1-hour and showcases the history of Delhi and Red Fort. Every year on the Independence Day of India, the Prime Minister hoists the National Flag at the main gate and delivers a speech from its ramparts. It is one of the most popular tourist destinations and attracts thousands of visitors every year.
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